Now showing items 1-4 of 4
Atmospheric chemistry in the Arctic and subarctic: Influence of natural fires, industrial emissions, and stratospheric inputs
Haze layers with perturbed concentrations of trace gases, believed to originate from tundra and forest wild fires, were observed over extensive areas of Alaska and Canada in 1988. Enhancements of CH, CH, CH, CH, and CH ...
Summertime photochemistry of the troposphere at high northern latitudes
The budgets of O, NO (NO+NO), reactive nitrogen (NO), and acetic acid in the 0–6 km column over western Alaska in summer are examined by photochemical modeling of aircraft and ground‐based measurements from the Arctic ...
Biomass-burning emissions and associated haze layers over Amazonia
Biomass-burning plumes and haze layers were observed during the ABLE 2A flights in July/August 1985 over the central Amazon Basin. The haze layers occurred at altitudes between 1000 and 4000 m and were usually only some ...
Deposition of ozone to tundra
Vertical turbulent fluxes of O were measured by eddy correlation from a 12‐m high tower erected over mixed tundra terrain (dry upland tundra, wet meadow tundra, and small lakes) in western Alaska during the Arctic Boundary ...